Boullier continues to defend under-fire Grosjean 8 June, 2013 Eric Boullier with Romain Grosjean in Canada Lotus team boss Eric Boullier has leapt to the defence of Romain Grosjean, who many in the paddock say is reverting to his ‘nutcase’ ways of 2012. Frenchman Grosjean had a horrible weekend in Monaco, crashing four times and incurring a ten-place grid penalty for this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix. Boullier, whose Gravity Sport Management company handles Grosjean’s affairs, told France’s RMC: “Nobody should say, just because of a tough weekend, that the ghosts of 2012 have reappeared. “He made an excellent start to the season, correcting everything he was accused of last year,” he added. Boullier revealed that he sat down with Grosjean for a detailed discussion about Monaco after the troubled weekend in the principality. “Our discussion was to reassure him,” he said, amid earlier rumours Lotus might replace the 27-year-old with reigning GP2 champion Davide Valsecchi. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsLotus close to Mercedes engine deal reveals WolffLopez denies Genii financial troublesLotus to drop tusk nose for 2015Maldonado: We are hungrier than everGrosjean: Despite the difficulties, I feel positiveThe difference a year makes for Lotus and WilliamsJohn Player Special deny return to F1 with LotusGrosjean thinks Raikkonen is lacking confidenceLotus in financial trouble as debts mountLotus: A boost before going into summer break Apex Assassin Lol, look at the lovebirds. Boullier loves Grosjeans… he must for as often as he’s kissing his arse! CHL This article hits it on the head; “Nutcase” is what we have here!!!